2021-05-01 (Sa) Wearable Macro Keyboard BackOfTheHand BotH Typing

I added Arduino keyboard and mouse libraries to the code and tested by typing "b" with every finger press to confirm the libraries worked. After seeing the rush of letters at boot time, I added a timer to keep from typing for three seconds after staring to acclimate the pressure sensors.

With the pressure sensor arrangement, I couldn't press hard without pressing softly first, so I needed command pairs that made sense together. I started with the pinkie where a light press is "escape," and a hard press closes the window (Alt+F4). I had an issue with addressing that convinced me the code was faulty, but it was an off-by-one error that I fixed, and then I was able to hit "escape" reliably, and I could go further to close a program with just my pinkie.
Closing a window with my macro keyboard

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